The controversy of Ceuta has opened a wound of unpredictable consequences in the block on the right. The PP allowed last Friday, with his abstention, that the Ceuti Assembly declared a Non Grata person to the President of Vox, Santiago Abascal, for having called "promancy" to the opposition groups. Vox then threatened to retaliate in the governments that supports parliamentarily. On Sunday, the National Directorate of Genoa corrected the position of the party and crossed out of "deleznable" any "signage". But this Monday, the president of Ceuta, Juan Jesús Vivas, has defended him and has been ratified in her, against the criterion of Paul Married team.
In Declarations to Cope, Vivas explained the things of his abstention: "Mr. Abascal, regardless of left and right considerations, came to say that in the Assembly of Ceuta there are political parties that serve the interests of Morocco and are Quintacolumnists, textually, from Mohamed VI. It seems extraordinarily serious, for the moment when it was produced, when our Spaniard and our sovereignty was put in check. "
"We did not vote in favor, but we could not vote against it, because the sanitary cord with our Spaniard who has established it has been VOX, which refused to sign an institutional statement in which it was stated that Ceuta is an essential and indisperical part of Spain, "has underlined Vivas. "Vox pressed against the transfer of unaccompanied minors, who came to Ceuta in Avalancha, the rest of Spain and Vox voted against that we invited the kings to come to Ceuta at this difficult moments," he said. "You could not be equidistant" before those who want to "divide the ceuties," he judged him.
On Sunday, Andrea Levy, a member of the Genoa Management Committee, set the national speech of the party differently than that of Vivas: "The PP is always, always and always against the indications and sanitary cords to political parties . We are against declaring person Non Grata to anyone, it is a tool of moral superiority on the left and it is deleznable. "
Levy added that his training can not be "more opposed to declaring people Non Gratas". "We have suffered them many times; it is a totalitarian form of trying to throw away from the map, and these rules of the game are not the PP," he has insisted on statements to the press in the capital.Updated Date: 26 July 2021, 05:10